The Bright Light: Mira Rai
After a cancellation in 2015 due to drug violence, nearly 1,000 Tarahumara gathered in Copper Canyon this March to run the brutal, unrelenting 50-miler
Nature writer and Explorers Club fellow Barry Lopez once wrote that Antarctica’s landscape “retained Earth’s primitive link, however tenuous, with space, with the void that stretched out to Jupiter and Uranus.” It is a place so alien and removed from civilization that, as Lopez put it, “the light itself is aloof.”
This past Tuesday, Walmsley shattered Rob Krar’s record for the double-crossing of the Grand Canyon—or, as it’s called, Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim.
On Sunday morning, Karl Meltzer broke Scott Jurek's year-old Appalachian Trail speed record, completing the 2,190 mile trek in 45 days, 22 hours, and 38 minutes. Here, the winningest 100-mile racer in history tells us how he pulled it off.
If you’re going to endure a trail-running race, you may as well do it someplace beautiful
Jurek will pace Meltzer for part of the run
Crib from Krar’s experience to get the most out of your summer runs.
An increasingly popular but unforgiving route
The popular comic writer and entrepreneur can trace his success back to one day: the day he started running
The runner was a well loved member of the community
The North Face Endurance Challenge Championships in San Francisco, California, is quickly becoming one of the most most competitive races in the country.
But don't worry—a stateside version of Europe's grueling Skyrunning series is ready to kick your ass
In the grueling world of ultrarunning, she's an anomaly: a low-key athlete who thrives on unstructured training, competes by instinct, and crushes men in the sport's most prestigious race
Two friends go on an annual adventure. This year, it’s in New Zealand, and we’ll be there every step of the way.